Three Studies in Locality and Case

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Routledge, 1994 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 256 pages
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This book deals with a central issue in modern linguistic theory: the issue of locality as expressed in the behaviour of non-overt categories. Of interest to liguists working on theoretical and descriptive issues.Three Studies in Locality and Case deals with a central issue in modern linguistic theory: the issue of locality as expressed in the behaviour of non-overt categories. Grosu presents a detailed study of free relatives, nominal phrases and a variety of constructions in Romanian involving null operators. This work is of interest not only to linguists working on theoretical issues but also to linguists interested in descriptive issues: Grosu's original detailed studies of major constructions in Romanian, a language which has not been thoroughly investigated in modern linguistics, will prove formative.

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